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10 Architect-Designed Spa Spaces

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jul 19, 2013 01:05 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Jul 18, 2013

In the last decade or so, architects everywhere have incorporated a Japanese aesthetic in the residential bath; here are a few of our favorite examples. Above: A bath in San Francisco by  Cary Bernstein Architect  brings the spa feeling home with a wood-slatted shower tray. Above L: An outdoor bathing space by Bay Area architects  Buttrick Wong . Above R: A bath from the portfolio of Australian photographer  Lisa Cohen . Above: A bath by San Francisco-based architects Aidlin Darling Design . Above: A bathroom by  MW/Works Architecture & Design  from  A Coastal Retreat in the Pacific Northwest, Mountain Views Included .   Above: A bath in Los Angeles by  Michaela Scherrer Interior Design . Above: A bath in a Soho penthouse by MR Architecture .   Above: A Japanese-style hinoki soaking tub in a compact, spa-like bathing space in the Hughes/Kinugawa house by architect  Andrew Lister . Recreate a similar look with our post,  Steal This Look: Japanese-Inspired Bathroom , as your guide. Above: A bath in Belgium by  Sofie Lachaert  from A Belgian B&B, Surrealism Included . Above: A bath in Stockholm by  Sandell Sandberg . N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on April 27, 2009.




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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